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Jewish military casualties in the Polish armies in World War II

Library Item

Call NumberREF 943.8053 M51j v. 1–3
Sub-CollectionReference Collection
Dates1994–1999; ©1994–1999
Statement of Responsibilityby Benjamin Meirtchak.
Creators & ContributorsMeirtchak, Benjamin (author)
Contents
  • Volume 1. Jewish soldiers and officers of the Polish People's Army killed and missing in action 1943–1945
  • Volume 2. Jewish military casualties in September 1939 campaign. Jewish military casualties in the Polish armed forces in exile
  • Volume 3. Jewish prisoners-of-war murdered by Germans in the Lublin district, 1939–1943
  • Volume 4. Jewish officers, prisoners of war, murdered in Katyn crime. Jewish military casualties in the Polish resistance movement: an addendum
  • Volume 5. Supplement
Physical Description 5 volumes : maps ; 24 cm
LanguageEnglish
PublisherTel Aviv : World Federation of Jewish Fighters, Partisans, and Camp Inmates ; Association of Jewish War Veterans of the Polish Armies in Israel
Notes
  • "This study is an up-dated English edition to a Polish edition published in 1993" Volume 1, page vii
  • Includes bibliographical references
  • VHEC Library has volumes 1–3
RecognitionGifted in 2019 by Harry Lieber in memory of Iza Laponce